About BetterHelp & The Promo Code
BetterHelp is a popular mental health resource that takes mental health care out of the office and into your home using a user-friendly online platform to bring therapists and patients together.
You can communicate with your therapist in a number of ways, depending on your preferences:
- Chat messaging sessions (available at all times)
- Phone call sessions (by appointment)
- Video chat sessions (by appointment)
EMDR Healing readers can save 15% on BetterHelp with our exclusive promo code. The discount is applied automatically when you use our link.
Who Should Sign Up With BetterHelp?
BetterHelp is designed for adults with an internet connection who want to keep up with their mental health.
BetterHelp therapists provide psychotherapy services. They cannot prescribe medication through the platform, even the therapists with a doctorate. They also cannot provide an official diagnosis or satisfy court-ordered therapy requirements.
BetterHelp is not designed for emergency mental health situations. If you or someone you know needs immediate care for their safety, contact your local authorities.
All BetterHelp therapists have a verified Masters Degree or Doctorate Degree in their field of study. They also all have at least 3 years and 1000 hours of experience.
Users can change therapists quickly and easily.
How To Use The BetterHelp Promo Code: EMRDHEALING
BetterHelp currently offers an exclusive 15% off coupon code for our visitors: EMRDHEALING.
With the promo code, you can try BetterHelp for $68/week instead of the typical $80/week.
Follow these simple steps to use the discount code today (new users only):
Step One: Click On Our Exclusive Link
To claim your 15% off, click on our exclusive link: http://www.betterhelp.com/emdrhealing.
The link will take you to the following page, automatically applying the 15% off promo code:
Step Two: Complete the Questionnaire
BetterHelp has new users complete a brief questionnaire to learn more about you and your mental health goals.
When you visit BetterHelp.com, simply click the orange “Get Started” button in the upper-righthand corner to begin the questionnaire.
The first questions cover basic information about you, such as your age, marital status, and career status.
The questions also ask about your mental health, such as your symptoms, goals, past treatments, and preferences regarding your therapist.
Step Three: Verify Email Address
After you complete the questionnaire, you will be asked to enter your email address.
BetterHelp will send you an email with a verification code. Enter the verification code in the designated box.
Step Four: Promo Code Is Automatically Applied
After you verify your email, you are ready to finalize your subscription with a payment.
In order to make mental health available for a reasonable rate, you will notice the promo code automatically applied when you go to finalize your payment.
The promo code will not apply if you don’t use this link to get started.
Step Five: Make Initial Payment and Start Using BetterHelp
Before you get started, you will need to make a payment in advance.
BetterHelp accepts all major debit cards and credit cards. You can also use GooglePay.
How Much Is BetterHelp?
Without the promo code, BetterHelp charges users $80 a week to start. You will be charged for 4 weeks at a time, bringing the total to $320 when you sign up.
With the promo code of 15% off, the price becomes $68 a week ($272 for 4 weeks).
When you consider that the typical office session with a therapist costs $120 – $150 a session, you’re getting a real bargain!
Does BetterHelp Have A Free Trial?
While BetterHelp used to offer a free trial for its mental health services, they do not currently offer a free trial.
However, signing up for BetterHelp is a way to commit to your mental health. Once you sign up, you are making a decision to make yourself and your feelings a priority.
If you determine BetterHelp isn’t the right choice for you, you can cancel at any time.
Which Insurance Does BetterHelp Take?
BetterHelp does not take traditional insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid.
BetterHelp also doesn’t charge a copay for each appointment. The monthly fee covers all of your appointments with no surprise charges. You also won’t get the run around from BetterHelp like you might with your insurance provider.
If applicable, you can use your Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) to pay for your BetterHelp subscription.